Tag Archives: Mexico

Down Under

The adventures and exploits of one Wiley Timmons, south of the border down Mexico way, leads to lasting friendships being forged and families re-united. Continue reading

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Jailbreak (from Bus to Busted and Out Again)

Passages from Jack Kerouac, Bob Dylan lyrics and meditations from the Great Kanzeon keep the narrator sane and focused on his goals as he drifts across Mexico in the 1970s, experiencing a brief period of incarceration for travelling without proper papers. “They Put Me in Jail, But I Have the Key.” Continue reading






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